slouch down

slouch down

to slump or droop down. Don't always slouch down, Timmy! Stand up straight. I slouch down because I am tired.
See also: down, slouch

slouch down (in something)

to sink or snuggle down into something, trying to become less visible or more comfortable. Please don't slouch down in your chair, Tim. He can't sit in anything without slouching down.
See also: down, slouch
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Get the fit right by ensuring that the blazer rests on your shoulders and hugs them, and doesn't slouch down from the edges.
When I slouch down in the chair for one of o chats, I could balance a cup of on my chest.
Mountains of doughy folds slouch down the melting faces of Self Portrait 1 and 2 (referencing the shame of castration anxiety?
Nick said, "This is a real retreat for me at the end of a working day because I can just slouch down on the sofas and relax.
At the final whistle, rather than letting his men slouch down the tunnel, McCarthy made them come back, mass in the centre circle and pay their respects to the fans.
In the morning you may be sitting up straight while later in the day you may slouch down.
A glamorous younger couple will roar up the drive in something sporty late for dinner, drink lots and slouch down to breakfast, tousled haired and in distressed jeans.
How, one wonders, do those words chime with the hooded lawless gun-toting thugs who slouch down streets believing macho means taking lives, not saving them?